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Welcome to Hotel Wales

Relax and indulge your senses at Hotel Wales NYC, a ten-story boutique hotel offering old world charm and modern comfort in Manhattan’s prestigious Carnegie Hill Neighborhood. Experience tranquil ambiance, classic sophistication, and exquisite turn-of-the-century design details in our newly renovated hotel on Madison Avenue.

Guests of our Upper East Side hotel will enjoy spacious rooms and suites, as well as our selection of refined amenities, which include: a state-of-the-art fitness center, elegant meeting space, on-site dining options, a fully-equipped business center, a relaxing rooftop terrace, and complimentary coffee and tea service. Our convenient location near top local attractions, businesses, and shopping and dining options help you get the most out of your stay in New York City.

Book your stay for a one-of-a-kind New York experience at our hotel in the Upper East Side.


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92nd Street Y

The 92nd Street Y is a world-renowned nonprofit community and cultural center that connects people to the worlds of education, the arts, health and wellness. 92Y is a community of communities, inviting people at every stage of life and from all faiths, races and backgrounds to explore extraordinary worlds together.

Phone: (212) 415-5500

Central Park

Manhattan sightseeing is incomplete without a visit to Central Park. Located in the center of the city, Central Park remains one of the most iconic Manhattan attractions. Situated on 843 acres of land, Central Park features sprawling waters, green meadows, stunning bridges, performance centers, gardens, a Carousel, the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center, fishing at Harlem Meer, Lasker Pool, Loeb Boathouse, an ice skating rink, and the famed Central Park Zoo. The nearest entrance from the hotel is at 90th Street and 5th Avenue.

Cooper-Hewitt Museum (a Smithsonian)

The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s collection includes international historic and contemporary design. From drawings, prints, and graphic design and decorative arts, the Cooper-Hewitt Museum offers a renowned collection that extends from one-of-a-kind to mass-produced items. Please check operating hours on the museum's site here: https://www.cooperhewitt.org/visit/hours-admission/.

Phone: (212) 849-8400

El Museo del Barrio

New York’s leading Latino cultural institution invites guests from all backgrounds to discover the artistic and cultural landscape of the Caribbean and Latin America. The permanent collection at El Museo del Barrio includes modern and contemporary art, graphics, popular traditions, masks, and other devotional items.

Phone: (212) 831-7272

Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim Museum is among the 20th century’s most important architectural landmarks. The museum’s great rotunda has been the site of many celebrated special exhibitions, while its smaller galleries are devoted to the Guggenheim’s renowned collection. Enjoy a large anthology of Impressionism and contemporary art. The Guggenheim is closed on Thursdays, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day and has extended hours on Saturdays.

Phone: (212) 423-3618

Heavenly Rest Stop Cafe

"An oasis in the concrete jungle" Open 8am - 5pm (winter)/dusk (spring/summer) Located directly across the street from Central Park, enjoy 10% off breakfast, lunch or a midday snack at this cozy outdoor cafe, nestled in the beautiful and historic art deco Church of the Heavenly Rest. Grab an espresso, coffee or hot cocoa, or sip a glass of wine and watch the sunset and pick up a picnic of sandwiches, salads, pastries for the road! For additional information on upcoming wine tastings, musical performances, neighborhood events and other Upper East Side attractions, visit our Facebook page.

Phone: 212-369-7108

Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the world’s largest and finest art museums. Visitors to the museum will enjoy more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistoric to present and from every part of the globe. Located in Central Park along Fifth Avenue, the Metropolitan Museum of Art provides hours of aesthetic entertainment.

Phone: (212) 535-7710

Museum of the City of New York

The Museum of the City of New York seeks to celebrate and interpret the distinctive character, heritage, diversity and opportunity of New York City. The Museum connects the past, present and future of New York City through drawings, multimedia productions, photography, artifacts, and more.

Phone: (212) 534-1672


Paola’s is a casual Upper East Side Italian restaurant serving the freshest pasta and creative daily specials. A sample of the menu includes a flavorful mix of beef and veal ragu, squash ravioli, a deliciously rich ricotta cheesecake, and more. Located in the Hotel Wales, Paola’s is a premier choice for couples, families, and business travelers.

Phone: (212) 794-1890

The Frick Collection

The Frick Collection includes some of the best-known paintings by the greatest European artists, major works of sculpture, superb eighteenth-century French furniture and porcelains, Limoges enamels, Oriental rugs and other works. Several special exhibitions are scheduled annually.

Phone: (212) 288-0700

Sarabeth’s East

Sarabeth’s East is a world-famous comfort-food restaurant located on the ground floor of the Hotel Wales. Featured on the Martha Stewart Show and in Oprah Magazine, Sarabeth’s East is famed for its eponymous homemade jams, muffins and cookies and remains one of the best places to enjoy the best sweets in the city.

Phone: (212) 410-7335

Citigroup Center

Colgate-Palmolive Campus

Hunter College

Javits Center

The Javits Center is a hub for New York City conventions. This NYC landmark hosts everything from comic book conventions to professional networking events. Conveniently located on Madison Avenue and near the 96th Street subway station, Hotel Wales is just a 20 minute cab or half hour subway ride away.

United Nations

The United Nations is just a short trip from Hotel Wales. In addition to this hub of international politics, Hotel Wales is also nearby the French Embassy, Russian Embassy, and the Greek Embassy. With these and more embassies scattered throughout the Upper East Side, Hotel Wales is a great home base for international business.

Barnard College- Columbia University

Columbia University

Hunter College

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Institute of Allied Medical Professions

New York Academy of Medicine

New York University School of Medicine

Parsons- The New School of Design

Weill Medical College-Cornell

Consulate General of Lebanon

Consulate General of France Visa Section

Cultural Services of the French Embassy

French Embassy

Greek Embassy

Permanent Mission of Mongolia

Permanent Representation of the Republic of Bulgaria

Russian Embassy

92nd Street Y

Located walking distance to Hotel Wales you will find 92nd Street Y which is a world-class cultural and community center where people all over the world connect through culture, arts, entertainment and conversation. In addition, the 92Y’s May Center is your place for expanded fitness, health, sports and swim destination.

Phone: (212) 415-5500

Alice's Tea Cup Chapter I

Alice’s Tea Cup has three magical locations in the Upper West & East Sides, where your special princess can host a tea party for two, three, or twenty! These storybook cafes are always a great treat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Phone: (212) 799-3006

Alice's Tea Cup Chapter II

Alice’s Tea Cup has three magical locations in the Upper West & East Sides, where your special princess can host a tea party for two, three, or twenty! These storybook cafes are always a great treat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Phone: (212) 486-9200

Alice's Tea Cup Chapter III

Alice’s Tea Cup has three magical locations in the Upper West & East Sides, where your special princess can host a tea party for two, three, or twenty! These storybook cafes are always a great treat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Phone: (212) 734-4TEA

American Museum of Natural History

Showcasing spectacular sights of prehistoric animals, marine life, space exploration, and much more, the American Museum of Natural History is sure to leave the whole family breathless. Awaken your inner child at the Fossill Halls, where you and the kids can find life-size skeleton replicas of a tyrannosaurus rex, apatosaurus, and other dinosaurs. When you’re done with the dinos, don’t forget to check out the Miilstein Hall of Ocean Life for the whopping 94-foot-long blue whale model. With all these and more, the AMNH stands out as one of the best family attractions in NYC.

Phone: (212) 769- 5100

Eloise at the Plaza

At the colorful Eloise at the Plaza shop, your child can don their brightest pink frock and play in the Plaza just like the Plaza’s most famous resident. Kids can try on outfits in The Fashion Room, enjoy storytime in The Reading Room, and even try afternoon tea!

Phone: (888) 850-0909

Empire State Building

New York’s most iconic building is also one of the best family activities in town! Located in the center of Midtown Manhattan, the Empire State Building is best place for you and your family to feel the heart of New York. Jet up to the observation decks on the 86th and 102nd floor for an astounding view of the city that is sure to leave your kids in amazement.

Phone: (212) 736-3100

M&M World

M&M World is the sweetest destination in the city. Offering dozens of different colored M&Ms, as well as gifts decorated with those cute M&M characters, this Times Square attraction is perfect for kids and adults with a big sweet tooth.

Phone: (212) 295-3850

Nintendo World

Located in Manhattan's historic Rockefeller Center, Nintendo NY is your very own Warp Pipe into the Mushroom Kingdom and beyond! With 10,000 square feet of dedicated gaming goodness spread over 2 floors, you can check out new and exciting titles headed to Wii U console and the Nintendo 3DS family of handheld systems, while also scratching that itch to pick up exclusive memorabilia featuring your favorite selection of gaming superstars!

Phone: (646) 459-0800

Rockefeller Center

This New York landmark has something for everyone. For TV buffs, the NBC store is loaded with memorabilia, and you can take tours of the SNL and Tonight Show sets. The Top of the Rock Observatory gives you an eye-opening view of the whole city. In winter, the plaza turns into a famous ice rink, where kids can take their first steps on ice.

Phone: (212) 332-6868

The Art Farm in the City

This eco-friendly and organic indoor petting zoo (the only one in NYC!) helps teach your children about nature, animals, and the environment. They have a menagerie of animals, including bunnies, chinchillas, guinea pigs, lizards, turtles, birds, and more!

Phone: (212) 410-3117


Founded in 2006 by Jeff Rubin, IT’SUGAR is a modern day playground dedicated to immersing its customers in content that they just can’t keep to themselves. IT’SUGAR was created to satisfy a universal sweet tooth and provide a variety of bold merchandise with tongue-and-cheek attitude.

Phone: (212) 289-2010


The Sweet Shop NYC, is the design and creation of Kelly “The Candyman” Jaime and his wife Glyn, the husband and wife team who created the shop. Both are self-proclaimed candy buffs and have curated the amazing and never ending variety of sweets! Specializing in retro, nostalgic and hard to find candies, handmade chocolates, licorice, artisan ice cream, gelato and desserts.

Phone: (212) 960-8685

Children's Museum of the Arts

The mission of the Children’s Museum of the Arts is to introduce children and their families to the transformative power of the arts by providing opportunities to make art side-by-side with working artists.

Phone: (212) 274-0986

The Little GYM

The Little Gym of Upper East Side offers progressively structured classes and a positive learning environment to create opportunities for your child to try new things and build self-confidence, all with a grin that stretches from ear to ear. Trained instructors nurture happy, confident kids through a range of classes like parent/child classes and gymnastics, plus fun extras like parties, camps and more.

Phone: (212) 787-1124

Dylan's Candy Bar

Visit the flagship location on New York City's Upper East Side! Discover where it all began with 3 iconic floors of candy deliciousness.

Phone: (646) 735-0078

Lego Store Rockefeller Center

The Lego Store aims to inspire children through unique playful learning experiences and to play an active role in making a global difference on product safety while being dedicated promoters of responsibility towards children.

Phone: (212) 245-5973

Conservatory Water

The conservatory Water is popular with families and children because of the famous climbing sculptures, the story-telling programs, the model boats, the cafe, and the site in the children's classic Stuart Little. An ornamental pond was constructed as a reflecting pool for a glass conservatory, but when the plan for a structure was abandoned, the water body became the popular model boat pond, inspired by those in Parisian parks.

Phone: (212) 310-6600

Central Park Zoo

Animal lovers rejoice! One of our picks for fun things to do in NYC, the Central Park Zoo houses wildlife from all over the world for you and your family to enjoy. From polar bears to sea lions, red pandas to monkeys, your children are bound to find their favorite animals here. In May, come to welcome the zoo’s newest arrivals, grizzly bears Betty and Veronica for a fun, family-friendly evening!

Phone: (212) 439-6500

Mid-Manhattan Public Library

Established in 1970, the Mid-Manhattan Branch contains The New York Public Library’s largest circulating collections in the heart of Midtown

Phone: (212) 340-0863

Lucky Strike

Experience 26 premium bowling lanes, 11 competition ready billiards tables, live music from local DJs, and our legendary food & drink menu, Lucky Strike New York offers a smorgasbord of activity to satisfy any taste.

Phone: (646) 829-0170

Disney Store

Disney Store's New York, NY location offers the latest in official Disney merchandise, including Disney toys, clothes and Disney collectibles featuring everyone's favorite characters including Mickey Mouse, the Disney Princesses, Fairies, Buzz Lightyear, Pooh and many more.

Phone: (212) 626-2910

Winter Village at Bryant Park

The Rink is the centerpiece of Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park. The 170' x 100' rink features free admission ice skating, in addition to high quality rental skates, skating shows, special events, and activities.

Phone: (212) 768-4242

The Craft Studio

The Craft Studio is fun, safe, and provides a welcoming environment where kids and adults alike are free to be creative.

Phone: (212) 831.6626

92nd Street Y

Enjoy expanded fitness and swimming pool at 92Y walking distance from the hotel (passes available for purchase at the front desk).

Phone: (212) 415-5500

David Barton Gym

Experience one of the best gyms in New York City at David Barton, a premier Upper East Side gym. From dance classes to yoga, group training and personal training, David Barton has it all. Guests can choose from endless cardio machines, free weights and beyond.

Phone: (212) 517-7577

Park Avenue Nutrition Spa

Park Avenue Nutrition Spa specializes in nutritional consultation, acupuncture, hand and foot care, reflexology, alternative healing, massage and reflexology therapy. A magnet for locals and visitors alike, take advantage of this rejuvenating medical spa that offers cutting edge health services.

Phone: (212) 831-7900

Pilates Way

Enjoy intimate private lessons at our gym in the Upper East Side with a pilates program personalized to your individual requirements and goals. Pilates Way offers some of the best instructors, great equipment and a peaceful setting to help tone and transform your body.

Phone: (212) 289-5288

Pure Yoga

Voted “Best Yoga” by New York Magazine in 2009 and 2010, Pure Yoga offers the city’s most sought-after teachers, welcoming and ground practicing rooms, over 100 classes a week, master classes lead by world-renowned instructors and a series of workshops and community events.

Phone: (212) 360-1888

Iggy's New York

This "hole-in-the-wall" with karaoke might just be your next favorite bar on the Upper East Side.

Phone: (212) 327-3043

Industry Bar

A sprawling space with a long concrete bar and a sizeable dance floor, this Midtown establishment hosts a bustling, hip crowd every weekend. Head over to Hell’s Kitchen for an exciting night.

Phone: (646) 476-2747

The Stonewall Inn

The site of the 1969 Stonewall Riots, this longstanding temple of LGBT history is a standard stop on any bar-hopping evening in the West Village. Music and libations fill both floors, while you can enjoy a number of events throughout the week, from drag shows to bingo.

Phone: (212) 488-2705

The Toolbox

Located around the corner from the hotel, The Toolbox is the premier gay club in the Upper East Side. This historic watering hole offers a charming dive atmosphere with billiards, music, and a calendar of events.

Phone: (212) 348-1288

34th Street

34th Street from 1st Avenue to Park Avenue From the Macy’s flagship at Herald Square to Zara, the essential fast-fashion stop, the 34thStreet District has got it all. Flock to 34th Street to enjoy world-famous shopping, renowned Manhattan attractions, and popular local dining all in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.

86th Street (between Lexington & 3rd Avenues)

Just a ten minute walk from Hotel Wales, East 86th Street boasts a multitude of restaurants, stores and movie theaters. Popular stops include: Aldo, AT&T, Banana Republic, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, Gap, H&M, Orva, Sephora, Shake Shack, Steve Madden, Verizon and Victoria's Secret.

Barneys New York

For edgy designer fashion, Barneys’ flagship store on Madison Avenue will satisfy even the most discerning fashionista. Barneys offers everything from sophisticated items like Prada suits to co-op items from Ella Moss, Alexander Wang, Marc by Marc Jacobs and more.

Phone: (212) 826-8900

Bergdorf Goodman

Located on Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, Bergdorf Goodman is a luxury goods department store with designer duds, jewelry and accessories, handbags, endless shoes, men’s apparel and beyond. Designer collections include Vera Wang, Jason Wu, Donna Karan, Zach Posen and much more.

Phone: (212) 753-7300

Madison Avenue (between 57th and 86th Streets)

From 72nd Street to 58th Street, Madison Avenue is home to a variety of high fashion boutiques, designer goods, and big-name department stores. From Barneys New York to Giorgio Armani, La Perla, Prada, Yves St. Laurent, Ann Taylor, Coach, and more, Madison Avenue shopping has limitless options for retail therapy. From 82nd Street to 92nd Street, find an array of neighborhood boutiques and fun shops within walking distance of the hotel. From Blue Tree’s hip kids’ to Otte’s urbane formal wear and Urban Athletics’ sleek sportswear, shoppers have endless options. Stroll along Madison Avenue and you will find boutiques for some of the world's best designers including: Armani, Alexander McQueen, Cartier, Coach, Chanel, Christian Louboutin, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Hermes, Jimmy Choo, Prada, and Vera Wang.

Saks Fifth Avenue

Directly across from Rockefeller Center, Saks Fifth Avenue occupies an entire city block and is one of the city’s preeminent high-end department stores since it opened in 1924. The ten-floor luxury store offers some of the best NYC shopping, including an array of designer goods such as Marc by Marc Jacobs, Juicy Couture, Gucci, Prada, Fendi and beyond.

Phone: (212) 753-4000


By far one of the best NYC shopping neighborhoods, SoHo’s shopping grid runs from Broadway west to Sixth Avenue, and Houston Street south to Canal Street. Broadway is the most commercial trip in SoHo, with such recognizable names as Pottery Barn, Banana Republic, Sephora and A/X Armani Exchange.

Fifth Avenue Shopping

Fifth Avenue is lined with stores for all ages. New Yorkers and visitors alike fill the streets to visit and shop at an array of world-famous shops, including the Apple Store, FAO Schwartz, H&M, Tiffany & Co., Saks Fifth Avenue, Cartier, Gucci and much more.

92nd Street Y

Enjoy a wealth of family-friendly entertainment at the 92nd Street Y, a world-renowned community and cultural center. From lectures to concerts, dance performances, family events, holidays and celebrations, the 92nd Street Y has it all.

Phone: (212) 415-5500

AMC Loews Movie Theater

See the latest Hollywood Blockbuster at AMC Loews Orpheum 7, also featuring 3D films on occasion and reserved seating.

Apollo Theater

The world famous Apollo Theater is a historic landmark and one of the most famous music halls in the United States. Since 1934, the Apollo has been the premier showplace for live, theatrical entertainment with performances from Benny Carter, Ella Fitzgerald, Billy Holiday, Sammy Davis, Jr., Miles Davis, John Coltrane and much more. Today, the Apollo is still one of the best places to enjoy music, comedy and theater.

Phone: (212) 531-5300

Carnegie Hall

Just a five minute cab ride from the Hotel Wales, Carnegie Hall is a world-famous venue hosting unforgettable performances by extraordinary artists. One of the most prestigious venues in the world for both classical music and popular music, Carnegie Hall presents about 250 performances each season.

Phone: (212) 247-7800

City Cinemas

View Hollywood blockbusters, animation features and independent films at City Cinemas, also offering 3D films on occasion.

Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution

Experience the only museum in the nation devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. Cooper Hewitt educates, inspires, and empowers visitors through design by presenting exhibitions and educational programs and maintaining active publications. Please check operating hours on the museum's site here: https://www.cooperhewitt.org/visit/hours-admission/.

Guggenheim Museum

Browse a continuously expanding collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern and contemporary art in a landmark building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Phone: (212) 423-3500

Jewish Museum

Located along New York’s Museum Mile, the Jewish Museum is one of the world’s largest and most important institutions devoted to exploring the remarkable scope and diversity of Jewish culture. One of the best museums in Manhattan, the Jewish Museum is known for its large temporary exhibitions, fine arts, social history exhibitions and much more. The museum typically offers free admission on the first Friday of the month from 6-8 pm; please confirm with the museum prior to your visit. The museum typically offers pay-what-you-wish admission on Thursdays from 5-8 pm and free admission on Saturdays (not all exhibits are open); please confirm with the museum prior to your visit.

Phone: (212) 423-3200

Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center is home of The Metropolitan Opera, The New York City Ballet, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra and several other resident performing arts companies. Hosting some five million visitors annually, Lincoln Center has been a major contributor to New York City’s cultural and intellectual life. Lincoln Center is a lively community gathering space and is one of the most beautiful Manhattan theaters.

Phone: (212) 875-5456

Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden hosts approximately 320 events a year. It is the home to the New York Rangers, the New York Knicks and a variety of concerts throughout the year.

Phone: (212) 465-6741

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Founded in 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is located in New York City’s Central Park along Fifth Avenue. Nearly five million people visit this Manhattan art Museum each year. Visitors to the museum will enjoy more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistoric to present and from every part of the globe.

Phone: (212) 535-7710

Museum of the City of New York

The Museum of the City of New York celebrates and interprets the city, educating the public about its distinctive character, especially its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation. Founded in 1923 as a private, nonprofit corporation, the Museum connects the past, present, and future of New York City. It serves the people of New York and visitors from around the world through exhibitions, school and public programs, publications, and collections.

Phone: (212) 534-1672

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

A testament to creativity in all mediums and facets of life, the MoMA is an inspiring collection of modern art only a quick train ride away from our hotel. This art museum brings visitors from around the world to Manhattan, showcasing original works from Van Gogh, Warhol, among other historic figures. Featured exhibits include Björk, a retrospective of the musician’s career and One Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Visions of the Great Movement North, displaying all original 60 panels of Lawrence’s Migration series.

Phone: (212) 708-9400

Neue Galerie New York

The Neue Galerie New York is a museum is housed in the historic William Starr Miller House at 86th Street and Fifth Avenue NYC and was established in 2001. The museum’s collections include early twentieth century Austrian and German art and design. The museum typically offers free admission on the first Friday of the month from 6-8 pm; please confirm with the museum prior to your visit.

Phone: (212) 994-9493

Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall is the largest indoor theater in the world. A magnet for celebrities, this Manhattan theater is the ultimate destination for the brightest and the best. From Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Cosby, Sammy Davis, Jr., Ray Charles and BB King, endless celebrities have performed at Radio City Music Hall. The theater continues to host the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and much more.

Phone: (800) 745-3000

Rose Center for Earth and Space

Located in the Museum of Natural History, the Rose Center for Earth and Space is a 120-foot-high all glass cube that encloses the iconic Hayden Sphere. Inside, visitors will enjoy space shows on a high-resolution full-dome video screen, the Big Bang Theater which serves as an introduction to the Heilbrun Cosmic pathway, and the Gottesman Hall of the Planet Earth which has displays that illustrate the Earth’s geological history.

Phone: (212) 769-5100

Gracie Mansion

This picturesque riverside mansion has been the official reside of NYC mayors since 1942, when Mayor Fiorella La Guardia moved in. Previously, it was the first home of The Museum of the City of New York. Built in 1799, it’s one of the most historic buildings in Manhattan.

La Maison Du Chocolat

At this famous chocolatier, you’ll discover rich and decadent treats that will make you want to skip dinner and always head straight to dessert. Discover why these Parisian artisans are legends of sweets.

Phone: (212) 744-7117

Shake Shack

Looking for some authentic NYC grub? Shake Shack on 86th street is one of the most popular restaurants in the city. Whether you’re craving one of their signature shakes, tasty burgers, or crunchy fries, Shake Shack is a meal you won’t forget. Get there early—this delicious food is really in demand!

Phone: (646) 237-5035

The New York Society Library

The New York Society Library is the city’s oldest library. Built in 1754, it even predates The United States. The library is open to all for reading, exhibits, and events. Spend an afternoon of relaxing reading with its 300,000 books.

Phone: (212) 288-6900

Museum Mile

Our location along Museum Mile means that we’re the go-to hotel for museum lovers. The iconic Guggenheim Museum is just steps away from your apartment door. Nearby, there’s the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and a charming café, Tarallucci e Vino. Our hotel near The Met is perfect for anyone seeking out the best museums in the world. El Museo del Barrio at 104th Street Museum of the City of New York at 103rd Street Jewish Museum at 92nd Street Cooper-Hewitt National Museum of Design at 91st Street National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts at 89th Street Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum at 88th Street Metropolitan Museum of Art from 82nd to 86th Streets Goethe House German Cultural Center at 82nd Street

Madison Square Garden

Barclays Center

Yankee Stadium

Citi Field

Arthur Ashe Stadium

Prudential Center

Hotel Wales
1295 Madison Avenue (between 92nd & 93rd), NY, 10128, USA
Phone: (212) 876-6000

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